Praise for Garret Schuelke
"Garret Schuelke writes for the lost, knocking over library shelves, screaming at bosses, jumping any fence in the way to get to the weird vibrating heart too often missing from books." -- Bud Smith, author of F 250
"Schuelke is the true heir to the crown of American Dirty Realism." -- Gareth Spark, author of Snake Farm.
"Garret Schuelke, to quote Jeff McDaniel, is the hand reaching out of the wreck." -- John Withee, author of The Scallywags of Nobody's Island
"Garret Schuelke is an explorer of old and new lands." -- Beach Sloth, author of I want to Youtube down the Rivers of America
"... a talented vagabond, brewed from a cultural melting pot that is as much Allen Ginsberg as it is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." -- as described by the Black Lodge Family Jamboree invite page.
Garret Schuelke is a writer and blogger hailing from Alpena, Michigan. He attended Western Michigan University, earning a Bachelors in Arts in December 2011. His writings have been featured in publications such as Revolution John, A Thousand and One Stories, Cultured Vultures, Horror, Sleaze, and Trash, Bussed, FERROFLUID Journal, and Schlock! Webzine. He has self-published two chapbooks of poetry, Blind Grave Robber and Agnostic Eggs, and two E-Books through Gumroad: Blind Grave Robber/Agnostic Eggs and Wotan. In 2016, his first novel, Anamakee, was published through Riot Forge. His short story collection, Whup Jamboree, is scheduled to be published by Elmblad Media Group in 2017. He resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan.